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these kids taking part-time jobs, jobs that don't require a college education and they're being sidelined in the service industry. they're losing that first rung on the ladder. is it the lost generation? >> it's actually worse than that. it is we who have failed them. we have failed them. as you look around, the whole debate after the election has not been jobs. during the campaign it was jobs, jobs, jobs but now it's gun safety. a very important issue. >> yeah. >> getting out of afghanistan, an important issue. it's immigration, an important issue. but jobs is a critical issue. and the numbers we saw this week -- yeah, they're a little better. but the bottom line is that if they continue at that rate it's going to take us seven years for us to get to prerecession job numbers. seven years. and so i really think that we can't just sit idly by the sidelines. >> what should we do? >> i really think what's happening, you see young people themselves trying to create jobs themselves, start-ups. we launched a prize competition called job raising. $250,000. and different non-for-profits competing
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